Generally speaking, you really don’t want to get lucky when on tilt. Bad decisions that turn into bad habits because you were rewarded by a positive results can take longer to get out of because the times you were rewarded will often be recalled as evidence pointing towards justifying the bad decisions. In other words, it can set you up for truly unrealistic expectations which will hurt in the long run.
I have seen people start complaining about cards and the next hand they get AA or KK. I've done this too.They say the squeaky wheel gets the grease! But of course you only remember the time it worked, not all the other times you complained and you got dreck.
Even if I gor lucky rarely , I would lose money later due to loose play mistakes or because I couldn't just take the money that I won and leave the cash table , or in tournament tilting will eventually bring me to a very bad decision and lose everything in a hand .
Most times when I tilt I make the worst decisions imaginable. However I've gotten miraculous lucky runs as well. I consider that the tilting and lucky runs will eventually even out over the long run but practice and learning to be the backbone of a maturing poker player that will eventually separate you from the crowd. : )
When I am drinking at times, I do.Even sometimes if something has come up, I may need to leave. I have went tilting every hand and have won being very lucky. But now I am more patient even if I make a mistake in a hand and lose, I don't tilt now. As long as you have chips anything can happen.